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Opening eyes to justice - 01/21/2003
Opening eyes to justice

Human Rights Watch film festival documents the world's suffering in gripping detail

By Loren King, Globe Correspondent, 1/19/2003

ames Nachtwey, the award-winning photojournalist who is the subject of the documentary ''War Photographer,'' stares hard into the camera and explains why he relentlessly seeks out images of suffering, strife, death, and destruction. ''We must look at it. We are required to look at it,'' says the soft-spoken, silver-haired photographer. ''We are required to do what we can about it. If we don't
who will?''

The same can be said of the hundreds of other images that spring forth from the 2003 Human Rights Watch International Film Festival, which runs from Thursday through next Sunday at the Coolidge Corner Theatre, the Museum of Fine Arts, and the International Institute of Boston: children in Afghanistan, their bodies maimed by land mines; Rwandans, dead in the streets, killed in the 1994 genocide; stark photos of the bodies of two Puerto Rican teenagers shot to death by police; the haunted faces of the victims who recall the torture they suffered under the brutal regime of Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet.
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